The BATT Program is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Vehicle Technologies (OVT) and is managed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) as part of its Carbon Cycle 2.0 initiative. BATT investigators in top research universities and institutions work on six Task Areas: Anodes, Cathodes, Electrolytes, Cell Analysis, Diagnostics, and Modeling.
BATT Scientist Prof. Nitash Balsara (UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) was selected as a new 2014 fellow of the Neutron Scattering Society of America (NSSA) for sustained, high impact, neutron scattering research on a broad range of polymeric materials, and for organizational, mentoring and leadership activities in promoting the use of neutron scattering […]
Gerbrand Ceder, MIT and Kristin Persson, LBNL made the cover of the latest Scientific American with their article: “How Supercomputers Will Yield a Golden Age of Materials Science”. Check it out!
Here’s the clip of Dr. Persson’s presentation, A Google for Materials